There is a difference between Volvo V90 Cross Country wagon and 2016 XC90 crossover, both having all wheel drive system, same passenger area, where wagon is shapely hunk wagon and other is no bones crossover.
2017 Volvo V90 Cross County represents the current representation of nearly 20 years of Cross Country versions. Made on the maker’s SPA platform (Scalable Product Architecture) the brand-new V90 Cross Country is no specified aesthetic collection, Volvo bays, but a “mix of strong off-road ability in a most dandified, blase, adapted wagon suit.”
We are with the constant V90’s naming and the information that the model perceived here is essentially a raised version of that model. The Cross Country has black solid cut on its rocker panels and wheel curves, bigger wheels.
2017 V90 Cross Country equipped with turbo, supercharged 2 liter T6 four cylinder for 316 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque paired with eight speed automatic transmission having all wheel drive system. A hybrid model also is feasible, as Volvo’s all-wheel-steer plug-in hybrid T8 Twin engine powertrain already exists in XC90 crossover.
Comes with three modes of operations, EV is able to steer at accelerates up to 75 mph, Hybrid where switching among its gas engine, electric energy, and a combo thereof, and Power in which the engine and the electric motor have to make 400 horsepower and 472 lb-ft of torque.
As with the brand-new XC90, the V90 Cross Country will offer four cylinder energy exclusively only.
The V90 Cross Country expecting in early 2017 with price starts at $56,000.